Schedule for word selection, dates listed are the reveal dates for that round.

Email your word choice ASAP so that we can prepare a poster in advance to:


May we ask kindly monkey, that you keep your word choice under your monkey hat so that it gives other players the same amount of time to draw the word and of course makes it all the more exciting.

Monkey Round Date Day
@Belindin62 #85 June 1 (Sun)
@JasAV116 #86 June 4 (Wed)
@ankyn_123 #87 June 8 (Sun)
@Enixammaxine #88 June 11 (Wed)
@monkeypenny412 #89 June 15 (Sun)
@Mayanajafizade #90 June 18 (Wed)
@victoriawu #91 June 22 (Sun)
@Indudahiya #92 June 25 (Wed)
@Mamat4t #93 June 29 (Sun)
@Pattyyun #94 July 2 (Wed)
@jjkurse #95 July 6 (Sun)
@FlicksArt #96 July 9 (Wed)
@KYLIEALEXIS1989 #97 July 13 (Sun)
@Edgardo_OSM #98 July 16 (Wed)
@Andilou60 #99 July 20 (Sun)
? #100 July 23 (Wed)
@Rosenfeld2 #101 July 27 (Sun)
@newjupiter #102 July 30 (Wed)
@adeleb0s #103 Aug 3 (Sun)

The next list will be prepared nearing the end of this one and players not yet selected a word will be added to that.

Please let us know if you cannot make your selected date above so that we can re-schedule for you and give another member a chance to choose a word (names may be therefore subject to change).
Thank you for playing.

About Monkey Side Bars

Monkey Side Bars is a twice-a-week drawing game where you are challenged to a piece of art on a specific theme. Players take turns selecting the theme for each round. On the reveal date for each round, we co-ordinate a mass posting to Instagram simultaneously across the globe (see posting times and collages). Be sure to check your posting time. The game is open to all who wish to participate. We welcome all levels of skill from beginners to hobbyists to professionals. All you need is a creative mind, a sense of humor, and a willingness to try. You might have heard it through the ape vine… This game will have you hooked on the monkey bars. Like a monkey likes a banana… it has that appeal. Come monkey around with us and see what all the fuss is about.


  1. Yes, its the same City. I’m not sure we use the term in the UK anymore. It really means: ‘In order or first-class order’ …I think people still use it – well I did just there 😀

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